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Visit South Australia: go glamping

Like the rest of the country, South Australia is home to vibrant cities and rich outdoor landscapes. Itineraries can take you through Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills to the Barossa Valley and its wineries, the infamous Outback and the Flinders Ranges to Clare Valley and Lake Bumbunga. And there’s so much more! Visit Kangaroo Island, drive out to the Eyre Peninsula, hike along Limestone Coast, or have dinner on the bank of the Murray River before setting off on a sunset cruise. Bursting with culture and flavor, full of hidden outdoor jewels, South Australia is definitely worth a visit! From south Adelaide to Kangaroo Island, Port Lincoln to Fowlers Bay, we have it all! Go glamping in South Australia and see why!

Best things to do in South Australia

What are the best things to do in Australia? Well, where do we begin? There’s an undeniable buzz that reverberates around Australia, and that is no different in South Australia where there are a million things to do throughout the whole year. The Flinders Ranges and infamous Outback might make you think you’re on another planet, but this martian-like landscape and desert are not to be missed. From the Anna Creek Painted Hills to Lake Eyre, South Australia won’t stop surprising you! Further than that, the Barossa Valley and Clare Valley are home to amazing wineries and Australia’s best Riesling. Head to the coast—South Australia has more than 3,800 kilometers of coastline—and go cage diving with sharks in the Neptune Islands and the Eyre Peninsula or charter a boat or go surfing on the Yorke Peninsula.

South Australia tourist attractions

With so much to do and see in South Australia, it might be hard to fit it all in one visit—you'll just have to come back again! The cool climate of the Adelaide Hills has made it a great region for growing wine and is now home to several famous wineries and award-winning restaurants. Even more than that, there are still the wineries of the Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, and the McLaren Vale. There are endless wine tours you can purchase to take you out and sample the different wines of the region. But don’t forget about the beach! The South Australia coast, dotted with landmarks like the Fleurieu Peninsula, Yorke Peninsula, and Eyre Peninsula, is home to many popular beaches such as Glenelg Beach—go surfing and stay for the sunset and a drink, you won’t be sorry! And then who could talk about South Australia tourist attractions and not mention the Flinders Ranges. The Flinders Ranges, Limestone Coast, and Murray River are the most spectacular landscapes and a great way to explore these regions is through the many hikes and trails maintained here.

Best time to visit South Australia

Adelaide is the driest capital city in Australia and the climate here is considered to be one of the best in Australia. The moderate weather in Adelaide makes the majority of the outdoor activities here even more enjoyable, from kayaking to fishing. During the summer months, the average maximum temperature is 30ºC with average lows of 17ºC. Wintertime won’t have you scrambling for the heating controls. The temperature remains cool during this period, with highs of 16ºC and lows of 8ºC.